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RINA research results presented at the SDN NFV World Congress 2017

Last week ARCFIRE researchers were present at the SDN & NFV World Congress 2017, in the context of the ETSI NGP Forum, one of the sessions within the conference. ARCFIRE researchers introduced RINA and discussed a number of research results achieved within the ARCFIRE and PRISTINE projects, in the areas of congestion control, dynamic renumbering, security,

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TADHack Global: ARCFIRE – RINA Rumba Winners

What a jam packed 2 weekends of application hacks over at TADHack Global. With locations Auckland, Brisbane, Melbourne, Singapore, Sydney, Islamabad its satellite Karachi, Kuala Lumpur, Kyiv, The Hague, Lagos, Lusaka, St Petersburg, Chicago, and Buenos Aires, on stream 23 – 24 September and Sri Lanka, Pune, Athens, London, Madrid, Paris, and Popayán on stream 29 September

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Paper on MEC demo using RINA accepted @ IEEE NFV SDN conference

A “demo” paper entitled “Open Multi-Access Edge Computing and Distributed Mobility Management with RINA” has been accepted for presentation at the IEEE NFV SDN conference in Berlin. The paper discusses how RINA can be leveraged to support Multi-Access Edge Computing (MEC) use cases. We’ll be presenting at the demo session, showing a demonstration of the whole system. Abstract MEC

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D3.1: RINA Integrated software ready for experiments

ARCFIRE’s D3.1 Integrated software ready for experiments: RINA stack, Management System and measurement framework [pdf] is now available for download in the deliverables area. In order to allow the project to meet its scalability requirements ARCFIRE has focused on improving the RINA implementation and DMS, respectively. Through WP3 the project has defined a common background in terms of development

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Distributed Mobility Management demo @ IEEE OMEC Workshop

Last week ARCFIRE researchers were present at the IEEE OMEC Workshop in Lisbon (OMEC stands for Open Multi-Access Edge Computing), colocated with the IEEE IM conference. The OMEC Roadmap Workshop was the 1st of 3 international workshops aimed at building a temporally-focused roadmap to the development of the OMEC architecture. The mission of the Roadmap working group is

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ARCFIRE introduces RINA at INATEL’s Edutec Future Internet Workshop

Prof. Antonio Marcos Alberti from Inatel, a brazilian research centre, organized a seminar on the Future of Internet technologies through its series of educational workshops “Edutec & Cria”. ARCFIRE researchers were invited to deliver a 1 hour presentation introducing RINA and the work ARCFIRE is carrying out to mature the technology. The audience was composed